The hunt is on for your F-150, F-250, and F-550 in Georgia’s wild land auction.
The state Department of Natural Resources announced Wednesday that it is auctioning the licenses to operate in its “hunting lease system.”
In a press release, the department said that it expects to sell approximately 6,000 F-series and F100 vehicles and 4,000 G-series vehicles.
Those vehicles include the Ford Mustang and Chevy Suburban.
Some states have been selling their F-Series and G-Series vehicles, and the Georgia auction is the first time it’s been conducted on such a wide scale.
In 2012, the auction saw a total of more than 1,100 F- and G’s vehicles sold, but in 2016, the state said it sold an additional 1,500 F-200 and G300 vehicles.
In recent years, Georgia has been struggling to lure F-class pickups, and that has prompted several states to try and buy up the licenses from the state.
That’s not happening, however, as it seems that the state is instead relying on the sales of its existing fleet of F-100 and G cars.
It’s not clear whether the state has sold any of the old F- series or G- series vehicles in the auction.